Mystery Ranch Ravine 50L Backpack

Mystery Ranch Ravine 50L Backpack
Mystery Ranch Ravine 50L Backpack
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Ravine 50L Backpack by Mystery Ranch
Now that your dirtbag days are over, you don't have time to suddenly take off for weeks at a time when a half-baked backpacking trip idea pops into your head. However, you can still escape for a weekend in the woods after a rough week of adulting with the help of the Mystery Ranch Ravine Backpack. With a supportive, comfortable design and enough room to stow a basic mess kit, puffy jacket, and a camera, the Ravine is perfect for lightweight overnight trips into the backcountry. The Adventure frame strikes the perfect balance between lightweight and sturdy, so it can support larger loads without slowing you down, and it integrates directly with the waist belt for dynamic, efficient carrying. And with its robust fabrics and double-layered bottom panel, the Ravine is sure to last through your rough and tumble adventures for years to come.

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SKU: MYT000D
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